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A film writer whose recent piece of work was banned by the Kenya Films Classification Board over claims that its content promotes lesbianism has taken her protests to the corridors of justice reports … more
Our focus is about titles available at the lDauphin Co. Lbrary that help to better connect with those in our community, whether it be family, friends or acquaintances.  Remember, the Dauphin … more
“When you decide not to be afraid, you can find friends in super unexpected places,” says Ms. Marvel. She has summarized the experience of legions of LGBT people. Local superhero expert … more
Drag Queen Story Hour is pretty much exactly as it sounds: a drag queen shows up to the library (or another appropriate spot) to read children’s books to kids. Most of the titles have to … more
Central Voice editor and publisher Frank Pizzoli will interview Duncan Hannah at the 2018 Readers and Writers Book Festival. The event will be held in Milford, PA, Sept. 28-30. Hannah’s book … more
An exhibition of plein air paintings by eight area artists premiered at The Art Association of Harrisburg. A reception marked the opening of the exhibition at association's headquarters at 21 N. … more
A girlfriend once told Duncan Hannah he slept with a smile on his face. That smile is still there. Allen Ginsburg made heroic moves on him to no avail. That was Hannah’s life in New York … more
Roxane Gay and Edmund White were honored with Lambda Literary Foundation’s Trustee and Visionary Awards, respectively. Rick Whitaker introduced Edmund White with a … more
It’s summer and here are some of the finalists for the 30th Annual Lambda Literary Awards and/or best titles that came from April’s Triangle Awards ceremony.  Remember, the … more
Let it be known that Liza Minnelli is not happy about Renee Zellweger playing her mom, Judy Garland, in the upcoming biopic Judy, reported Graham Greene for QUEERTY. It all started … more
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